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MANILA, Philippines – The Center for Global Best Practices is holding two pioneering one-day seminars: SEC-accredited corporate governance topic, “Best Practices in Parliamentary Procedures for Board Directors” on Oct. 13 and LGA / LoGoTri-PhilNet-accredited “Best Practices in Parliamentary Procedures for Public Officials” on Oct. 14 at Makati Diamond Residences, Makati City, to help the presiding officers in a committee, board and stockholder’s meeting, deliberative body of an NGA, an LGU, and a GOCC and even family business owners professionalize their meetings.

These comprehensive seminars will cover important topics such as how to conduct meetings and sessions, quorum, order of business, debates, voting, committees and their reports, rules of order and standing rules, the different kinds of motions, and resolutions. When you attend this program, you will gain considerable ability in this field that will provide you a rare advantage and distinct superiority in any and all meetings and deliberations.

This will feature the authority on this topic, chief parliamentarian of the Philippine Senate, Atty. Amado Formoso Maralit, LL.M., M.P.A., D.C.L., CEO VI. He provides expert guidance on all parliamentary matters in the Senate. He lectures and coaches senators, chief executives, chairmen and board members, leaders in both government and the private sectors on the conduct of meetings, sessions, deliberations. He graduated magna cum laude with the most prestigious higher law doctorate known as the Doctor of Civil Law (DCL) at the University of Santo Tomas, Master’s of Public Administration (MPA) at the University of the Philippines (Diliman) and Master’s of Laws (LLM) at the University of the City of Manila.

Interested participants are encouraged to avail of the early bird registration savings and group discount for three or more attendees registering at the same time.  Seats are limited and pre-registration is required.

For more details of pioneering topics and best practices events, check www.cgbp.org or call (02) 556-8968/ 69 in Manila; Cebu lines (032) 512-3106/ 07 or Baguio at (074) 4235148.

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